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In this episode we discuss the latest papal encyclical by Pope Francis, "Fratelli Tutti", (All brothers). What is a papal encyclical? Why should evangelicals care about the latest encyclical? Why do we find it scandalous? Listen to find out. Episode Resource: ENCYCLICAL LETTER, "FRATELLI TUTTI", OF THE HOLY FATHER FRANCIS, ON FRATERNITY AND SOCIAL …
 
J.I. Packer and Roman Catholicism: What Evangelicals Should Know. Listen as we talk with Leonardo De Chirico about the late, great theologian, J.I. Packer's involvement with Evangelicals and Catholics Together (ECT), and why Packer was inconsistent according to his own criticisms of Roman Catholic theology. Episode Resouces: Vatican File 178. Why J…
 
Listen as we talk to evangelical pastor, blogger, author, and speaker Tim Challies (challies.com) about Roman Catholicism and his latest book, Epic: An Around-the-World Journey Through Christian History, Zondervan 2020. https://www.amazon.com/Epic-Around-World-Journey-Christian/dp/0310329043/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=epic+challies&qid=1595687611…
 
You may have seen a sickly church that still boasts of its great history. It is an ungainly sight. Jesus was not interested in what the professing Christians in Sardis had done, but who they were today. There were so few true Christians left in that poor assembly. Yet, God knew who they were and He was not going to let them go.…
 
Family worship and devotions can be an ongoing source of guilt. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In today’s podcast we are going to talk with Dr. David Murray. Dr. Murray has just released the book Exploring the Bible Together: A 52-week Family Worship plan. But before you become overwhelmed with that take a listen to this podcast. You will disc…
 
Not again! You’ve lost it with the children, yelling at them and hitting the table. And you see them cower in fear or scramble to their rooms. You end up feeling ashamed and embarrassed. “What is wrong with me?” you say to yourself. “How can I get control of my anger?” In this podcast, we’re going to talk about answers to that question. We’re going…
 
Karol Wojtyła (1920-2005), since1978 better known as Pope John Paul II, has been one of the most influential men of the 20th century. The centenary of his birth is a useful opportunity to reflect on his legacy. Many Evangelicals have very positive things to say about him. Are their positive evaluations fair or are they lacking? Listen as we answer …
 
Nobody wants to be labelled a sell-out; a person who violates their convictions just to save their neck. But compromisers like this do exist. The problem becomes, what to do with them when they are in the church. Do we just pray for them? Should we ignore them? Should we scold them? Jesus looks at the church in Pergamum and sees compromisers in the…
 
In this episode we discuss the Roman Catholic Church's latest response to addressing the worldwide Covid 19 pandemic. The RCC's response demonstrates the dangers of Vatican II theology when put into practice, and highlights its ever growing ecumenical agenda to achieve unity at the expense of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Episode resources: Covid-19:…
 
Words, words, words. If you’re a parent, words are flying around your house. Sometimes those words are helpful, and as you well know, many times they’re sinful. How do we get a handle on all those words? How do we communicate well, and how do we teach our children to communicate well? In this podcast, we’re going to talk about five principles of he…
 
The media, internet, and screens can seem like a tsunami, overwhelming us and our children. Sometimes it seems to disciple our children more than we do. What should a parent do? In this podcast, I talked with Tim Challies about his perspective on the media and its use in his family. In our time together we talked about some insights on this new wor…
 
In this episode we examine the Roman Catholic teaching on the Sacrament of Penance (also known by many other names) from an evangelical perspective. We underscore what is at stake with this doctrine theologically and concerning the gospel, and highlight how it fits into the larger framework of the Roman Catholic system. Episode Resources: Luther's …
 
An interview with Prof. Michael Reeves, President and Professor of Theology at Union School of Theology, UK. Author of books such as The Unquenchable Flame. Discovering the Heart of the Reformation (2010) and (with Tim Chester), Why The Reformation Still Matters (2016). On October 31, 1999, the Roman Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Federatio…
 
Does Christian history seem boring to you? Would you like a fun flyover of Christian History to gain some perspective on your heritage as a Christian? In this podcast, I talked with Tim Challies about his new book and video series – Epic – An Around-the-World Journey through Christian History.By Chap Bettis
 
What is the doctrine of justification and why has it been such a big point of disagreement between Protestantism and Roman Catholicism? Watch and listen as we describe the doctrine of justification according to Roman Catholicism. http://vaticanfiles.org/en/2017/11/143-where-does-popefrancis-stand-on-the-doctrine-of-justification/…
 
This is a strange and disruptive time that got me thinking about hosting a fire-side chat or webinar to help us get through this time. I hosted my first last Tuesday night. It was entitled Fathers at Home: Finding Joy in the New Normal. I spent some time giving 12 suggestions for dads. The time together starts with perspective and becomes more and …
 
Listen as we follow up on a previous episode covering why Evangelicals convert to Roman Catholicism. In this episode we discuss how churches can respond to certain weak points in the evangelical culture of today that have led evangelicals to cross the Tiber. Episode Resources https://davenantinstitute.org/why-protestants-convert-pt-1-conversionitis…
 
There are always a thousand reasons to break up, cut off or pull away. And, for the Christian, one primary reason to stay united. That reason is Jesus. Our unity is an answer to Christ’s prayer and a finger in the eye of The Satan. But, we to often treat real unity like something nice, rather than the miracle it is. A proper understanding of love, …
 
In this episode we discuss how, when under pressure, the true and deep commitments of the heart are exposed. When facing hardships, we reveal what is really important for us. In these weeks of the Coronavirus emergency, the message that Roman Catholicism is giving is a disarming detachment from the basic principles of the biblical faith. http://vat…
 
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